BP and proteins play important roles in the metabolic functions of living organisms and, consequently, in human health. The potential benefits of these compounds to human health has been recently reviewed (Howell and Kasase, 2010; Stadnik and Kęska, 2015). For this reason, testing the stability of BAPs with in vitro SGID has good potential to assess the bioavailability of these peptides after consumption. Further studies are therefore required to ascertain the role of peptides derived from casein as nutritional and pharmacological factors (Ferranti et al., 2004). Additionally, there is some evidence that cyclic dipeptide has a role in ameliorating diabetes (Minelli et al., 2008). The major role of milk proteins is to supply amino acids and nitrogen to the young mammals and constitute an important part of dietary proteins for the adult (Sharma et al., 2011). MS consists of a deadly quintet of factors, namely diabetes, centripetal obesity, hypertension, dyslipidemia (elevated triglycerides, dense low-density lipoproteins, and low high-density lipoproteins), and alterations in the thrombotic potential that are related to hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance (Hollander and Mechanick, 2008). The processing of fruits and vegetables generates a significant amount of waste material. When LBK-16H strain was used, peptides Val-Pro-Pro and Ile-Pro-Pro, which have been shown to possess ACE activity were obtained. Blood is a valuable source of proteins (circa 20%) and represents a promising source of BP. The boiling and frying of eggs (in the forms of whites, yolks, and whole eggs) followed by simulated gastrointestinal digestion were studied. The beneficial effects of these inhibitory peptides can be explained through several mechanisms, such as the satiety response, regulation of incretin hormones, insulinemia levels, and reducing the activity of carbohydrate degrading digestive enzymes (Patil et al., 2015). In general, it seems that milk protein–derived bioactive peptides can be used as an orally effective healthy component and has the potential to be used in the production of function foods with health-promoting properties. When thermal treatments are more intense (> 100°C) proteins are less accessible to peptidases because they experience irreversible unfolding, aggregation, disulfide interchanges, protein fragmentation, and chemical modifications (Davis & Williams, 1998; Soladoye et al., 2015). XLAsp-P1 has a remarkable in vitro potency against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and potent inhibitory activity against breast cancer cells. Antimicrobial α-helical peptides have also been described in the venoms of spiders. Presumably, these peptides are stable and are absorbed because of their small size and carboxyl-terminal proline–proline sequence, which is resistant to peptidase (Seppo et al., 2003). One approach exploits the proteolytic system of LAB or food grade enzymes or the combination of both to release the functional peptides from the milk proteins directly in the fermented milk products. However, to reduce the production cost, crude protein mixtures are preferred (Zarei et al., 2012). The analysis was performed on extracted protein samples from soybean seeds and milk or directly on untreated soy milk. In other words, any substance which resembles the molecular structure of smaller proteins. AMPs can be classified into three families according to different structural features: 1. α- helical linear peptides, 2. disulfide-bridged cyclic and open-ended cyclic peptides, and 3. peptides whose primary structures have a high content of some amino acid residues (e.g. Particular attention was paid to β-casomorphins and caseino macro-peptide-derived peptides. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide, This PDF is available to Subscribers Only. Marine algae have high protein content—up to 47% of the dry weight—depending on the species, which has increased the interest on these organisms as a source of BP. The antioxidant efficacy of protein hydrolysates and peptides depends on the source of proteins, the protein substrate pretreatment, the type of proteases used, and the hydrolysis conditions applied. BP play a significant role in human health by affecting the digestive, endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, and nervous systems. The health benefits attributed to peptides in these traditional products have, so far, not been established, however. BP derived from milk proteins may function as exorphins or formones (food hormones). Endogenous peptides derived from donkey milk have been investigated for their antioxidant and ACE inhibitory activities. Tripeptides. Proteolytic enzymes derived from plants, animals, and microbes can be used for the hydrolysis process of marine fish products to develop bioactive peptides. In fact, cathepsin D is quite sensitive to pasteurization with only near 8% of activity remaining (Hayes et al., 2001). Wheat and oat showed the presence of ACE inhibitory peptides and dipeptidyl peptidase inhibitor, as well as peptides with anti-thrombotic, antioxidant, hypotensive, and opioid activities. Nutraceuticals are defined as isolated food-derived bioactive molecules, which provide physiological benefits beyond basic nutrition [].Among them, bioactive peptides are associated with numerous health benefits and their potential therapeutic use has been extensively discussed during the last decades [2,3,4].Food-derived bioactive peptides … Peptides include many antibiotics, hormones and other substances that involve in the biological functions of living beings. The enzymatic hydrolysis of β-lactoglobulin and the fractionation of peptides were performed in one step in an electrodialysis cell with ultrafiltration membranes stacked, 15 anionic and 4 cationic peptides were detected in the anionic and cationic peptide recovery compartments. Cereal grains that have been used in human diets for a long time such as wheat, barley, rice, rye, oat, millet, sorghum, and corn, are a rich source of BP (Malaguti et al., 2014). BP are organic substances formed by amino acids joined by covalent bonds also known as amide or peptide bonds, whereas proteins are polypeptides with a greater molecular weight (MW). Bioactive peptides (BP) are organic substances formed by amino acids joined by covalent bonds known as amide or peptide bonds. These peptides remaining after phospholipid removal, and their four synthetic analogs were investigated. Leticia Mora, ... Fidel Toldrá, in Innovative Thermal and Non-Thermal Processing, Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability of Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds, 2019. Bioactive Peptides & Free Amino Acids in Poultry Protein Hydrolysates help enhance feed intake, especially during stressful time. Alcalase was the enzyme showing the most promising extract for the isolation of antioxidant and potential antihypertensive peptides. There is some evidence for paracrine, autocrine, or intracrine roles in growth, differentiation, and regeneration, or in the control of hormone release (Houben and Denef, 1994). Cooking has an effect on the content of carnosine and anserine, which are histidyl dipeptides with antioxidant activity and buffering action (Jayasena et al., 2015). Enzymatic hydrolysates of olive were prepared by treatment with five different proteases namely alcalase, thermolysin, neutrase, flavourzyme, and PTN. Bioactive peptides naturally generated during food processing may be directly ingested either raw or after heat treatment (pasteurization, sterilization, cooking, etc.). Bioactive peptides are derived from food proteins and exert a positive effect in humans due to its health-promoting properties. A fermented milk product—L. Interestingly, changing the order of the peptide sequence to Lys-Glu-Arg-Ser resulted in the loss of all biological activity, suggesting a particular structure-activity relationship. In addition to their nutritional value, food proteins, and peptides exhibit distinct biological activities (Hartmann and Meisel, 2007; Moller et al., 2008). All hydrolysates showed antihypertensive capacity, obtaining half maximal inhibitory concentration IC50 values from 29 to 350 μg/ml. Milk proteins are a rich source of biologically active peptides that are released during GI digestion or food processing (Fitzgerald and Meisel, 2003; Meisel and Fitzgerald, 2003). The endogenous dipeptide cyclo(His-Pro) that is present in the CNS and several body fluids and the GI tract, has a neuroprotective role. Examples of bioactive peptides made in our bodies and that circulate in our bloodstream are insulin, two chains of amino acids (A chain = 21 amino acids and B chain = 30 amino acids), oxytocin (nine amino … Furthermore, in vitro SGID has shown that the activity of the gastrointestinal enzymes has the potential of increasing or decreasing the potency of the BAPs generated by controlled enzymatic hydrolysis (Nongonierma and FitzGerald, 2013). On the other hand, some BP have been identified in fermented dairy products, and there are already a few commercial dairy products enriched with blood pressure-reducing milk protein peptides. Further, α-chymotrypsin, papain, neutrase, and trypsin have been used for the hydrolysis of tuna dark muscle under optimal pH and temperature conditions of the respective enzymes. There is an expanding focus on bioactive peptides because of their health benefits, and they have been considered as the new generation of biologically active regulators (Sánchez and Vázquez, 2017). Finally, in the last procedure the BP, initially identified from the milk proteins, are produced by microorganisms using recombinant DNA technology (Hafeez et al., 2014). None declared. Fig. Peptides derived from milk proteins have also shown antioxidant activity to prevent peroxidation of essential fatty acids. Low concentrations of growth factors and hormones, mainly present in colostrum, appear to play a significant role in post-natal development (Park and Nam, 2015). (, Ivanov V. T.Karelin A. A.Philippova M. M.Nazimov I. V.Pletnev V. Z. The study identified a 137–141 fragment of hemoglobin (Thr-Ser-Lys-Tyr-Arg), a small (653 Da) hydrophilic antimicrobial peptide that in addition presented potential as meat preservative reducing the lipid oxidation about 60% to delay meat rancidity. The chemistry and biological activities of BP obtained from marine algae, sponges, tunicates, ascidians, coelenterates, and mollusks have been investigated (Cheung et al., 2015). The type, amount, and activity of the peptides produced depend on the particular cultures used. Peptides with opioid activities are derived from wheat gluten or casein, following digestion with … Peptides structurally related to the insulin receptor (IR)-binding protein mcIRBP-19 have been identified in various plants that have IR kinase-activating abilities similar to mcIRBP-19 that has a proved blood glucose-lowering activity that exhibits IR-binding potentials (Lo et al., 2016). Peptides derived from the milk of cow, goat, sheep, buffalo, and camel exert multifunctional properties on human health. These peptides were chemically synthesized, and showed antioxidant activity in radical scavenging assays. 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